Shady shadow Eight

by Anna Lovering
(United States)

'Shadow,' an entrepreneur of
life sews thoughts
out of lights, then
directs them to set
action. To

Tip-toe at night, and
lean in and around
doorways, which invite
IN. Come, sit for a

spell and drink it all in.
Then hurried out to walk hours.
A bridge, leading into
grain daylight.

While already picked flowers
grew in a garden
before you bent
over with airy

steps which linger
'Shadow,' who holds a number of
disguises to court the pavement
while left to right. Swaying to

hold a hand against a
brick wall, wave for you
simultaneously as
you've walked down a street.

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